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February 10, 2012
“Attack the Block” was one of last year's best films and more evidence that we may be living in a new Golden Age of genre films - what might very loosely be referred to as B movies. The story concerns a group of London gang members and civilians who unite to fight off an alien invasion on Guy Fawkes Night. The aliens are furry, sharp-toothed monsters with glowing eyes; they may seem unbeatable, but they chose the wrong apartment project to invade. It's a nice enough transfer, with a strong sound mix. The package includes a lot of extras: Start with the three commentary tracks, all with writer/director Joe Cornish, talking to the teenage cast members, then with the older cast members, and finally with executive producer Edgar Wright, director of “Shaun of the Dead” and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”.
NEWS
March 11, 2013
Police arrested a 39-year-old man for allegedly assaulting a man near Glendale Presbyterian Church downtown, officials said. City officials had obtained a restraining order this month against the man, Lance White, who must stay 100 yards away from the building in the 300 block of East Harvard Street, according to Glendale police. [For the Record March 14, 2013: An earlier version of this post incorrectly stated the source of the stay away order to Glendale Presbyterian Church, but instead it was obtained by the City Attorney's Office.
NEWS
June 25, 2012
A Glendale man who told police that he was high on a synthetic drug known as "bath salts" when he allegedly struck a woman with a shovel last week was charged Monday with first degree burglary and assault with a deadly weapon. The man, 20-year-old Robert William White, was arrested Thursday after barricading himself inside his apartment. Officers were eventually able to subdue White after firing off a rubber bullet and Taser. As White was carried off and handcuffed to a chair, he yelled “God loves all of you” to bystanders.
NEWS
May 4, 2000
Alecia Foster DOWNTOWN -- Four Los Angeles men were attacked recently by four others with baseball bats. The four L.A. men had just left the Galleria at about 6 p.m. and were driving south on Central Avenue when the attack on their car occurred. Four other men, between 18 and 21 years old, pulled up next to them, started shouting and asked what gang the men were from, a police report stated. Although the Los Angeles men said they were not from any gang, the four others continued to follow them.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | October 28, 2009
GLENDALE — Five people charged with allegedly torturing and beating two loan agents attacked them inside their residential office on South Verdugo Road, police said Tuesday. Lamond Dean and Luis Garcia ran a loan modification business out of their Glendale office in the 400 block of South Verdugo Road, where the Oct. 20 attack occurred, police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. On the day of the attack, police got two separate reports of victims who had been injured during an assault, he said.
NEWS
October 3, 2003
Gary Moskowitz Jimmy Orozco, a former co-worker whom slaying victim Raul Aguirre allegedly tried to defend the day he died, admitted in court Thursday to his own membership in a local Latino gang at the time of Aguirre's death. Orozco, 21, was one of three people to testify Thursday afternoon in the trial of the alleged killers of Aguirre, who was stabbed and beaten to death in front of Toll Middle School more than three years ago. Karen Terteryan, 21, and Rafael Gevorgyan, 18, faced their first day of testimony in the trial Sept.
NEWS
November 9, 2001
Alecia Foster NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Pictures of the World Trade Center taken shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks flashed across the computer screen. "When we first came to New York, this is what we looked at," Los Angeles City Fire Deputy Chief Mario Rueda said, showing a picture of smoke rising from the Manhattan skyline. He watched the scenes, along with a group of second-graders at Columbus Elementary School Thursday morning, and talked about his experiences with the relief effort there shortly after the attack.
NEWS
September 21, 2002
Gary Moskowitz As the setting sun's rays dropped on East Colorado Boulevard on Friday evening, so did support of a possible Iraqi invasion. A group of Glendale and area residents gathered outside the National Guard Armory on Colorado Boulevard to conduct a peace vigil against President Bush's call for military action in Iraq. Vigil organizers Nancy Kent and Julianne Spillman, both Glendale residents, wanted local residents to know that there are people who do not support an attack of Iraq.
NEWS
July 14, 2006
Jerry Bean, former publisher of the Valley Sun newspapers, suffered a mild heart attack last Friday while vacationing in Canada. Since the attack, Bean, publisher of the Century Group Newspapers, has been recovering in a hospital in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. He was scheduled to be moved to a hospital in Halifax this week for further examination and a possible angioplasty. Listed in good condition, Bean said he hoped to return to California in order to be installed today (Friday)
LOCAL
By Rabbi Simcha Backman | December 3, 2008
Amid the terror and mayhem that paralyzed one of the world’s largest cities last week, more than 170 people were brutally murdered by terrorists. Among those killed during the attack on Mumbai, India, were my colleague and dear friend, Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, and his wife, Rivkah, the directors of the local Chabad House. This was not only an attack on a rabbi or a Jewish center; it was an attack on anyone who — like the Holtzbergs — values the ideals of peace, goodness and kindness.
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NEWS
April 22, 2014
On Saturday, April 19, “weed abatement” began in Glenoaks Canyon as several men attacked property on the undeveloped ridge between the Canyon and Eagle Rock. I watched one man cutting green grass down to the surface of the ground. Nothing remained when he finished. The pamphlet issued by the Glendale Fire Prevention Bureau on “Fire Hazard Reduction Guidelines” states that, for areas 30 to 100 feet from the house: “Grasses and small shrubs may be left as high as 18 inches from the ground on steep slopes for slope stability purposes.” The grass clearance I witnessed was being performed on a steep slope more than 100 feet from the nearest house.
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NEWS
March 31, 2014
Good morning readers. Today is Monday, March 31. As you ease into the week, check out these headlines from around the area:  A jiu jitsu instructor was reportedly tackled at his Burbank studio last week, and police are seeking leads. At 5:30 p.m., a man - described by police as Hispanic, 5 feet 8, 180 pounds and wearing a dark sweatshirt - entered the Force Balance Brazilian Jiu Jitsu studio expressing interest in taking a class, said Burbank...
NEWS
March 27, 2014
Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, March 27.  Here are your top headlines in the 818 region: The majority of about 40 people who spoke at a town hall meeting Tuesday night favored a potential plan to transfer La Cañada's Sagebrush territory from Glendale Unified to the La Cañada's school district , a subject that's long been disputed. A 59-year-old motorist died after suffering what appeared to be a heart attack while driving in Burbank, police said.
SPORTS
By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | March 14, 2014
Dominance in the pool resulted in a large share of awards for the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team when the Pacific League honors were recently released. The five-time defending Pacific League champions tallied seven awards, including player of the year, while league runner-up Glendale also had its share of acclaim, as did Hoover. Senior two-meter attacker Elissa Arnold led the way for the Falcons in scoring a team-best 92 goals and was named the league's player of the year.
NEWS
March 10, 2014
Good morning readers. Today is Monday, March 10. As you settle into the work week, check out these headlines from around the area:  Four strands of colorful beads dangled from Christopher Wilke's IV pole as he sat on the couch in his hospital room overlooking Los Angeles. The yellow beads - more than two dozen of them - represented the number of nights the 12-year-old Burbank resident has spent in the hospital in the last two months....
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | February 26, 2014
The last defendant in a saga of more than four years involving the torture and kidnapping of two loan modification agents in Glendale was sentenced Wednesday to six years in state prison. La Cañada resident Daniel Weston, 56, is one of five defendants who have already been convicted after agreeing to take a plea deal in a scheme to torment loan agents Lamond Dean and Luis Garcia over a financial dispute. He had entered a guilty plea to a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with great bodily harm more than a year ago, but that was held as he completed a ministry program while he was jailed, said Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Suzette Clover in a Pasadena courtroom.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 22, 2014
After an 80-mile journey east to the Inland Empire, the members of the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team got comfortable in a hurry on the court Saturday. The Rebels, fresh off splitting the Prep League championship, got a balanced scoring attack from a trio of players to pick up a 55-39 win against Banning in a CIF Southern Section Division IV-A second-round contest. Eighth-seeded Flintridge Prep (19-4) will next take on top-seeded Brentwood in a quarterfinal road game at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | February 21, 2014
Prosecutors have charged a 24-year-old Pasadena man after he allegedly pulled a knife on his girlfriend on Valentine's Day, prompting her to jump out of her moving car fearing he would hurt her. Michael Buchanan, who is on parole, faces multiple charges, which include kidnapping, carjacking, making threats and domestic violence with injuries, according to a criminal complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court. He was arrested Tuesday in the 200 block of North Glendale Avenue in connection with the Feb. 14 incident, according to Glendale police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | January 23, 2014
An 18-year-old Tujunga man was slashed Wednesday by a knife-wielding man in Glendale, who police said attacked him for no apparent reason. The victim suffered a minor cut on his right forearm for which he refused treatment, Glendale spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot said. However, he later requested to be transported to Glendale Adventist Medical Center to be treated for a headache. The knife-wielding man fled before police arrived on the scene. The victim reportedly didn't know why the man attacked him because he had never seen him before the incident, she said.
NEWS
By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | December 11, 2013
A bobcat was spotted walking toward the wash near Rosemont and Mayfield avenues in Montrose Wednesday morning, a day after officials from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife held a meeting informing La Crescenta residents how to avoid and handle potential encounters with wild cats, coyotes and bears. By the time Crescenta Valley Sheriff's deputies arrived on scene on Wednesday, however, the cat was gone. Tuesday's public meeting - a joint project of wildlife officials and the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's station - was spurred by the death of a pet dog named Bridgett, who was killed in late November by a mountain lion in a La Crescenta backyard.
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